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6m Extra 'opfes of the NEws can
be obtained at this office on the days
of publication. Price 5 cents per
Sberiff Sales-L. W. Duvall, Sher
iff Fairfield County.
White Corn--D. R. Flenniken.
Bargains for the Cat--Wvodtar'd
Lemon Sugar-MoMaster & Brice.
Rltead the advertifeuent, of the Nelv
Auotion--G. 11. Mo M stoer.
riniegar Bit,ters-R II.
A considerahle nunber of our lad ie.,
turned out yesterduy, to pay the an
nual tribute to o r Cynfederate Dead'.
This is as it shouild Le. But there
should have been a larger crowd.
Why not ? Are they not our dead T
Did they ntt offer their lives as a
sacrifice for their beloved State ?
Tile May Conveutloma.
ITho oov'ention met in Columbia, on
the 4th instant. Ion. W. 1) Porter
was elected President; IV. C. Dudley,
). II. Chafb'erlain, and Gabriel Can.
Tfhc following g-entle'en were ap.
pointed on the Ex'eautive Committee,
'to'Oxamine into (he account between
t'he State and the Financial Agent
of ,New York City :
eJaines Chesnut, Johnson Hagood',
Tho?. Y. SimmonsNp. )V. Dudley, E.
13. 0. Cash, V. '. Warley, A. P. Al
drich,, fienry Gourdin, H, C. Smart,
Win. Wallace, R. D. McCaughrin, J.
C. Go6dwyn, J. L. Wegtnorelend. A.
H1. Dave !a, A. B. Woodruff.
In 'the se'ntinent to "woman" at
the late cclebr-ation read "decay" foi
"disoharge" in the fo'd'rth line.
The item bf South Carolina's past
history read thus: . "What a pioud
cay for South CArolii-h whe'n four of
he'r distifignished. sons filled in the
Congress, of 'the tnited Sates at the
s/oe time, the four higi':'A nd most
important o ice in the gift of Coi.
gress to wit : Johjn Gaillard, Pre.-i
den rIwo tem of the Senate, Langdon;
Cheves, speaker of the Ilouse of
Representfi'ti~'es, William Lowndes.
Chairman of the Conmmittee of Wayi.
and Means, and iobbix C. Calhoun,
Chairman of the Committee of For
xiave Yog ever Rend the Elible
Euntlrely Throvigl I
Below we tive a lfliin lo read the
Bible through every year
"During January read Genesis.and
Esodus ; Iebrutiry, rk'aU to the 10th
chapter of Deuteronomy ; March, to
14th lst Sanuel ; .\ pril, to 15th 2d
Kings May; to 6h Nehemiah; June,
to 100th 14alm :July, to 50th Isaiah;
August, to 20thi.Ezekiel ; S eptember,
to End of GLd Testathent.
"About sixty-five or seventy-five
for every month, or abont two pages
for every webk <Say; and foni pages
for every Sunday. The author of the
above simple plan has rigidly adhered
to it as a daily devotional exercise for
twenty-four years ; and feeling that
ti .to the "road oIf Life" he is
Reader ! piaate thia on the inner
cover of your Bible and try it.
Funn AUea4 t
We copy fratn the Chau'lotte Ob
server of yesterday, ,the following
paragraph. It will be observed that
th'o firemn , propose havilng a
Fireman's celebrati'on on the 26th of
Mfay, and have invited th'o Hook and
Ladder Compan' of Winnsbor6 to
participate ! .
"Mr. Thos. H. Tidd'y fM6vid thsg
the white companies of RKnel' rrii,
Chester, iluleigh and the HIook and'
Ijadder Company of Winnubor., be
invi'ted .to participato jn the celebra.
tion; It was a'lso ;ffove d by Mr.'
Tfddy that the citfeans of Charlotte.
be invited, and as an amendment,' Mr
Wriaton moved that the citizens
gene rally b26 iiivitb'd. Ad6'pted.
MY Vrino'fi' tnovsed that two mem
bers from each company and two
citize ns be appointed as a Committee
to procure oratore. for the day, and
t're chair appointed the f'ollowinggen
t~lemen :Generqel John A. Young,
WV. J. Y~ates oh thb patt' of th'e''itiuens,
Maj. J., 0,. ,uarfis, 8. 'tobertuon on
thie part of t Iis Itornets, and P. 8. Md
Laughltin, T.. F. Learlf on' tbd part of
T" Negr~o Legiuslation Deenwded -
A gentleman from the interio&l'
t'lle Stat'e of Nevr York who had re
dided ih Aikon, South Carolina, about
d cighteen months, for his healths sake,
writes a "Defence gf Negro Legisla
tioni," to the New York Tribune.
The Tribune, cb:nmedite in this
"Without choosing hero to dispute
one word of, th~ie eulogy oti *hhe the
late Rebels choose to term Carpet
Bag legist'ation,' we orily add sour
egret that muen wise sno'gh to pass
' s uch laws should not also have proved
honest enough to abstain from the
wholesale corruption that has moade
tho presenit.Stato 0 overnmnent a stench
nl t$0 nostrils of the taz.payers."
Gen. John A. Yo'iag, the ihomo
oratie candidate for Mayor of Char.,
lotte, has been elected over his com
petitor, Dr. R. K. Gregory.
The Southern Christian Advocate
says that Dr. Jenkins died 'ht Shang.
hai, China, March 13', hi age being
about B6 yeris.
General 'foe'rt Pilte palosed through
our town yestcrday, Tuesday, 9th of
A French eh'cmiest asserts that if
tea be ground like coffee before hot
Water is poured upon ir, it will yield
niearly double the amount of its ex
hiliniting qualities. Anotlhur writer
sa3s : "If you put a piece o'f lump
sugar, the size of a waliut, into a
teapot, you wii'l mate the tea infute
in half the time."
St. Maur, the Ventreloquist, is
holding tforth in Newborry, C. 11.
"Flouting sea weed" is the poetic
name for the untidy, crimped hair in
which imany young ladiesindulge.
Newberry has recently organized a
National Bank, with a capital stock
of fifty thousand dollars. The elec
tion of officers will take place on the
17th of this nmonth, and the bank will
go into operation about the first of
Mir. Gary, Chief Clerk at the Tieas.
ury Department, in Columbia, was
shot on Monday evening last at the
Nickerson liotel, by a young nn
named John Harris. The difficulty
occurred at the supper table. 11r.
Gary received a pistol shot wound
through the thigh, though Eevere, is
Plant sun-flowers if there is any
place about you house where water is
thrown out, and likely to become ma..
malatious. This plant has the power
of absorbing malaria and purifying
The planet Mercury, which is sel
dom visible, can now be seen in the
the western heavens, its elongation
from the sun being at the present
time about 21 degrees east.
The National Labor Convention
Jlosed at New York on londay, after
speeches by Irs. Woodhull and a lot
Of other women, and the adoption of a
resolution calling on Governors of
States to take possession of r-tilroads
as public property and run themn at
OT cad the interesting letters of
"Irenoaus em the South, which ap
pear weekly i he New York 0'
s rver, published 37 1ark Row.
New York City. Sam copies sent
free. Terms $3 per annum io ad
vance. The "Observer Year Blik"
is sent free to every subscriber.
In Excentric Character Deceased.
Mr. Thomas Bloylo, a very eccen
tric old gentleman, died at the navy
yard on Friday, in. the seventy.ihh
year of his age. Deceased had, for
the past twenty years; held the posi
inofbll-rioger in the yard. Hie
ws unmarried, and lived in very
mean anil uncomfoitable quarters,
near the naby yar-d; nlthough he was
quite wbalthy, thje. fortune loft by himn
being estimated at about $80,000, thme
greater partion of which was invested
in desdra'be i-ea!, estate. Notwith
stan,ding tiSd taM that tie was ini pos,
seeson of an .mple income, lie chlung
tenadciou~lg th' his petty pjst af ihell
ringer, aid 6nty two wetas migo went
down to League Islanel to ship as a
common seamen at $17 per month,
being refuseli,.on gcco~fit of his age..
Boyle was never kn'own to purchase
anything in the way of clothing. From
.every vessel tilat aggived at,the yard
he receited gratuities 6f el'othin~g .in
answer to hig urgent qpeals foi help.
Anothef of flia eceoefrisities was his
bffioiating as his own clotheswiisher,
an ocoupation at Whiph lie was,, tro
4 uently notioedl in te yard. lleing
uinarried; lie leaves nio near relatites
to inherit his wealth.-Piadlplila
rp ode of explaining their testimony.
The platntiff in ai case In one 6f the
courts thero,' altered, amend~ed, ex
plained and expounded, bt't all to no
purpose, as the lawyer either could
not or would' not unde'rstand. "I
want you," he saidt "to show me how
the assault was comrni'tted, so that I
may have a correet n'nderstan'ding of
it."~ The plaintiff sprapg up instant
ly, seir.ad the legal gentleman by the
coat with both hand~,' pressed
hi'm back across the bar, and
slook him viol'natly, to the
amnusement of all present, an'd the
eitiro elightenment of the lawyer.
T~rms the time to whitewash your
out-liouisps, rour fences anid vine ar
bore. ' if ytnu want something that
will stiek, disioive two q'uarts of un
slacked lii~e io A budl'et of hot water
add a haifdfur f' dnq saltj and one of
brown, augar%stat wel} and your white
wash is ready for u~se, An experienn
ed friend tell. ud that a #hitewaah
made after his reosit will have a bdt.:
ter glass and last lo"er tie ny
other he has ever tie. Try it.
A devoted Radical, who walte'd
Grant to be as much like the father of
his country as possible, prayed that
the "amantel-picco of WVashirigton
might fall upon him" A men I
[Uhna Berries as a Fertilizer.
Last year a planter of this county,
living near Hawkit-svillo, says the
Dispatch, made a satisfactory expori
ment with the common China berry
'e a maintro by using it under his
corn'. le tested its value by a com
parison with cotton .seed, whpch he
sowed in rows alternately'..: he yield
of the rows plauted with Cli'na berries
was fifteen per cent. great'er than that
of the cotton teed. The rows could
easily be ditinguibhcd by a wore
verdant appearance aid vigorous
growth. The planter is entirely sat
ikfied with his expeimiwent, 1taid will
probably miake iet3 of all the China
berries upon his plae tle pie ont
season. Anothir furmer of this couin
ty assures us that for garden mtti:iure
Slie China bet ry is exe.-Ilent.
It is well ktowt tiit the
berry :ontiin-i at lairge 'quflut it y f oil,
and that certai'n Iinods of ,toe are
ceedingly fond :qt, W gIve these
statenienl tq the public, hopiig if
there :s any valic in the China berry
it will ie made known.
bntler D'ho dlit l1 Iu'liin
In the Ilouse Air. Butler, of Mas4sa.
ch usetts, asked le ave to fl'p r a i'solit
tionl that whehev~t' ir inaau'enber obtaii'
leave to pri-at aR speec he I did so on a
pledge of h is htor that, tio hinig blr
Sonarl or unip.rrliameanta'y sould be
contined in it. ,
Mlr. Farnsworth, of Illinois, object
Mr. Ilitler : Who ohjeets to it i
'I'h1 Speaker: The gentleman from
Illinois, (Mr. Farnsworth.)
Mr. Butler: I expected he would.
Mr. Fartsworth said personal imat
ters were not al .ays.utnpai lianmentary.
It was sometinas neCets:ry to Ioe pur
sonil in protecting the interests of lite
country. [Iinukiig direc.tly at Mr.
Butler.] When a coward and pol
troon crept in here
[The Spelbc's haiinner rained rap
id and vigorous blows upon Ite des.k
and drowned the !einnitider of the
More Troops for 8outli Carolina.
Those ter ible Kit Klux Caroli
nians in 1or.t and Ch<ster Couintie
(says t to A tiguista Chronicle and Sban
tinel,, will soon have the whole
Unite] States oriij5 to encounter if
they do not stop scaring the ,cala
wags. On yesterday a large force of
United States sold!ers, and seeral
pieces of artillery, eatfie down from
A t laita, and passed through the city
on their way to Columbia. If this
force is to be employeci againAt,the K.
K. K.. we confess that we have some
3uriosity to know how the cannon are
to be used.
The Arc of TN1ilih.
The Are of Triumph, Paris has
been destroyed by the fire of the rer.
mailles batteries. Wtnat tlh , icono
dlasts of the capitai li;ye ."pa.r,ed in
their madness, fate reserves for tlhb
stroke of those who would otly .too
gladly have avoided the sacrifiie.
Phe Are of Triumph was the first ob.
ject to meet the eye if the travel
er journc3 ing towards Paris, and the
last upon which his regretfdl glances
rested as he left tie city. Iti fall is
not the loss of Paris alone, nor of
F~rance, but of all those who honor
art throughout the civilized world.
Tn the s oldie's acetion at Iholly
wood, a rpance has been set apai~t in
which to place the remains of Confed
arate soldiers now lying in the field
f Gettysburg. The spot has been nam.
ed eOctt3ehurg 1l1ll." Under the su
pervisiou of Captain Dim mock, it has
been .regulaely laid ont and well
graded. The walks will be graveled
its rapidly as possible. A spot, on the
urest of the hill will be set apart for
the remn'ins of' the greatest itoldier of
tho war-Gen. Robe~brt E. Lee
whienever they shall be removed front
The Newi York Stan of the ist. in.
stanti says f. "The :aapareis of Sotfi
Caoinawil bie delighteud to learn that
'lae fmaci aeii agency of thant Statec in this
city is shunt. *aonundergo art ofliil tn..
vest igiaton by lhe comm aia ee an+ipped'
tr ,R~gishiameai lot thiat. pupoe
' hiis commit aee is coamptsied oif very
ht gh a onedl legisluators. 'FTe H on. lHen.
Carolitil ttppholsterer. and .the Hion.
Tjiniot hby ,Hiarley, of JIurb.gv jileja ihe
'a~rdneur,' are nuemb eas. 'Thip coisiitte,
wiill, airrive ian New York about the lea
The New York 'Tributne comes rondr
ao the view i,ipon what we lhavo long
musiste~d as te a ho relative sutperiority of
t.he Soauthern States over those of' the
far WVest as a point of emigration for
Northern settlers. It. is at pains
to deny that iit nrres evecry ore to fly froan
hie tis to theo Vest, froam te ciaiaes jo
the couintry,.andi there engage in farm
inig. So far from urging all to iirate
westward, we are told it hais over MfiY
agib insrAteil thpt ranas ar'e nuit e n''
cheap and in viding, alt thinigs consider
ed, in t~he So.w bi, ajd jveen -,n thae less
densely peogledpbrtibusn pf New Jersey,
Delaware and Marylan d, na they will
average ini thM W'st. for orgsaized
dolonizationa, the South, it. is thou ght,
afforde equal scope with the West.'
There is a mountain at th'o head of
the Bothina, where, on the Elst of
June, the sun does not go down at all.
Travelers go there to see it. A
steam boat gos, oli from Stockholm
fgthe purpose of enrrying these who
are ourbons to witness' th~e phenome.
non. re only ocours one night. The
ain goes down to the horizon, you can
soe thec whole face of it, and in five
minute it begns. t rise
An apothecary sem.t in a bill to a
widow which ran thus : "To curing
your husbaud till be died." v
Y virtue of huathority, foom the Court of
Prohnte for Fairfield dounty, I, will'
offer for sale at piublic.,Aniction to the hiMghl.
e:nt bidder at fihe late 'esidette of Strother
Tidwell,.deceased, iu Longtown. on Tiurs
(lny, the 1st dny of June next, at 1)
o'clock A. M.. cprinin of the personal es
tatc of the said decmsed.
A Horse Colt,
M Wagon .
HarnosS, Blacksmith Tels, 1arining
Implemeits, &o., &o,
Adn'r m itih the ''ill n moe of t ho eat ate
of "i rot her Tidtelb, dlcens.ed.
.An Auction Sale
F l l c h l d ai nl . W . ih e m i hl i u r g . n
tnehte Wnlgy,..11 n, -o ;ing Walgrin.
17,4,11, lIlogis- Fairt-*mA tt-m pgmeits, &c.
properly of it. S. IKet:hinl. dvecellsed, will
he lold at his nie rts'dence on Timrsd.y.
26th May, inst nI. -
*. .. McM1.. R dmr
in y 11-ti 23 26x17
)Y Virtne of tiundry Exect io to me
1.) direclel, I will offer for si1e at Fnirfield
Cori-t iouse onl the first londay and Ile
day following, i-i Jpy next,- witint) the
legal hours of sale, to t.e tlgilst h-idder,
(nf, lm, the following lie:d Property.
to pny for titles aid s amips:
ti mc of lanl contiaiing 1,2 ., cres.
more or les. sit itied in Fairfielt. Contiv,
bounded on lite west by thus holmtesivead of
5| .. .Davis, on tie east bym ihpntdslii he
longing il - Crumpton.n lind t,0) Ib1 - south
by lands bluhging to ). 13. 1'irkland, lev
ied upon as the propei ty of E S. Davis,
Adininistrn:rix, ot. loe suit of Wm. liair.
for another a l otiv-*s. : . ,.
,. .-,- I. 1" DUVAIL., t'. I". C.
Sherift's Offi .
Wmishoro,Nay 13, 1871.
mny i1-I lx2
TINEOXd BTraxo, -'hiy.oring E-xtracts,.
V 'ream Tartar, Nutn-!gs llorse Pow
diers, llog lnwders, Medicitie for Chicken
holeaIt. .lro.I,lial Trotlies, 1alt Petre, in
d igo, Cit rie A ci:1, L.tvl' It eguilat or, Ju milper
rar, Worm 'onfections 'rholic Sioap 1.
Vertiifiuge. Citrtale of Mlagnesia, Conjgrest.
Water. Also, Nlngtolia Balm, Magniolia
Water, Bell Co0logue, Bptrtietll (oontinie.
Toilet Soap. flerfuniery &A .1 us received
bvy Mo./STElt & BitCE.
NFvraNAitS A-r A W.AA S-rotA r. --
Tihe condition of a weak stomachm was nmov.
er yet imnproved by cam hart ic itrngs. TIhey
terely incm'ease thme ir-ritntion, wivichm it is
:il importatmt to allay. .. Tihere is no prepa
ration in existenice whmich so quickly and
certainly relieves niitmsca its
TAF'RANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
Its immedliate effctls is to soothle and re
freshi t he umneasy organ.. It arrests voimit..
ing or t he diipostion0mmto vomuit, t hroumghi tbe
itntestines, thme morbid emietic tmnifte..whmich
is thme provocaitive of miausea. A dose.. of
thle A per~lienri wilt ilwaya effectumally "settle
thmo stomaoh''.after a night's dlilsiplation.
.SoiD i ALL DnUVGoIsTs.
. Dear in Mind.
Whlen diserase has tenderminmed time health
amid theo phmysie( efsteinm ha9 .become pres.
trated, a at iimnmant fthat i; t tnot oly
strenmgthlien, but remove thle enmse, shmoumld
be inhmniately- I' futrted to. hI'ental die.
treat is ralso ai fruit f'aI source of the break
ing down of. time congtipu iommn.tiie rava
gea of tiqi 6'fetif h~t.stilh-nre Imridy anim
ing For all huohb~ maladies liostetter-'s
tonmach Ilitters have beetn foutnd mnsur.
Pased. lIy noting ziireptJy li~poni.. time iii.
ag:eW'(ble .feeling otter eating, so often
commplained of by pmerspns mf' a iuelicatc tein
uaeramneiit, As soqrq as digesti,9n is.refttorar4
iho-~nament. fira ,.h,,a *stf'fmytIli incroasing,
nimd his genert'h henlth .ippriovedl., .
. -Th'ofsnds eif.peisons certify timnt it.may
be :-elied on in all ctses of weakness or
ncr.vmmhs dniii f attlendant upon sedentanry
habits. Time gener-ality of Bitters ar'e .so
dhagreeable to time tnste thrir tltey rare ob.
jectionable to a- wenk stomach. .Thmis is,
inot thue ease with Ifostemtter's Biitters, whiichm
wi'l be foundomild and extremely plernsant.
lBalsamnic phiantst, barks amid rpnts contribte
tim ir' rea'orrative jnices to rendher ii. soothing
anmd strengthening. Its basis is time otnly
pure etmuant. whmichm kna ever been pro
dumced cointalning tmo fusil oil, or any other
dl'rertioums etemernt. .The ninst enre'ful and
skillful che mists have atnalyzed thme flitters,
and. pr-ononnmtee. them hmai mless. Thlis is
Poleetitte testimony; but the tesltmony of
the bhundredst of thoumsarids yiho. hnt'e ew.
be'ri4noedthe.p~reventathve annmt cifi-ativee i
foots of the tLAn ao'PErA6 'spoyi .Intl
ALTiRRAiVE or a~ ;',itta a ni8ll iio.
conoltnsive. In Fever and Agnme, Dyspep
cin,.I-illousness, Nervous Complaints,
Chronic Complaints and geners.l debiliy ID.
is as nearly lnfailible as anything' In .this
failible world can he. may
.IIAtti Voan.-In common with many
other. wehave felt a lively Interest In the
mnvestlg'alins which - D'. Ayem has been
making to disepver the causes of failure of
the hair, and to provide remedy., Hid
researohes are sai d to htive been,mnuoh more
thorough and ezllaustive tbb a ve
made before. .The result, Is now bw tus
under the name -el' A'sm's HARa Yiai..
We have givent It a trial. and'with, fl sa
tiefnotion. It equalIs otfr most- favothli
antIcipations, Oumr gray hairs htevo fisap.
jienred. or resum'ed . tiheir oiriginali color;
and a visible crop cof soft, silken hair has
started on a part'of thes scalp which was
entirely bald.-e.o.. ra , AhiAate a.
I.iPORTANT TO B Ui.ts.-.. Doors, saslheti,
blinds, mouldings, and all the iiaterinls ne
Ceus8nry 19 fnsh a honso in proper etyle
can bo-obtAinc..aL tie lowest market rates
direct fr.on4he nianitfitoturer, P1. P. Tonle.
Charl.ston. S. C., who has the largst an1d
moskcomplete manufactory of suli arti.
cles.in fUQ 8nthlern Slates. See his ad.
vqrtitomeut in an-ther colut',
The BI*ssiDg of the Age.
No more Sick lleiditche, no more Dyspep
!ia. no tinire Inligestion, no mo)re Palos. no
more Chills, Imire Liver Complaint. fin more
Jnandice, ne more Pi ai in ilhe Back, no
more Kidrey lMiiease, no mare Costiveness,
nill more Ilenirtlb rn- T1.1 T'S V1i01-: ' -
ISLE. L.IVERl PILL is; it cortnio utnrennvee
iinint$ all dwath d.stressiong consa, tints.
[Next Mor to Geric'a Shop ]
I o<'% 0r C~o Iihe puilp.
S lie i crII lly se0o
Ievied s':;ck of thir
beso qjuality ,
iin c y Article,
Prices acs low as
j cinV in this 1n3' i
J e iberal de
duction made to Physicians j-urchasiig y
N. B.-I ive my ofliet in tIhe ryI)n
Ato mnd Wmill give pee a atcteiionl to Pie.
scribing and Ceiiotindit, Mledicines.
a pl 22 .1. C. M1OLEY, M. D.
VOODWARlD & LAW,
toitintdb to Offer
Bar0itN 'ror the tash
In Dry Guods, Dresi Goods, Ready
NIade Clothing, dent., Ladies, Misses
ind Children's Boots and Shoes,
"rockery, diassware; Woodejware,
The specid'l attent ion of the Ladio..
s called to our fine assortment of
Pritts Musl'ns, il zainques41C, Lainens.
.-halles, Polilns, &c. Also to a Kid
flove we are selling at $1.00 a pair.
The sr-eeial attention of the Gen.
,lemon is called to our stock ol
Ready Mad'e Clothing,; Cassimere.
[jinens, an'1 Fine P'elt inil Stra
Ihats of the latest styles.
All goods sold mL the bwest CASil
WOODWARD & LAW:
THREE~ CAR LOADS
Low Fo?' Cash.
D. R. FledrikNA'
S~OOT .AND SHO1
the .Iatest, ad bes etjtes. --:lt~
work i awa , re ant . Theore
ii no necessity t ootd onthv
8f a l adboy.Oer solited for
&n . MI. GILBERT.
('lOVE OYSTFICRS, Black Pepper, Family
U i'oap, Eugir and Cof'ee. Just rocelvedi
St . - ' 11. WV. DE'O1'US.
. waXca, l'rslprietor. It. it. t.c Mf l 1. A 'o.. C r lkes
MAgent., Sanl Frnaldis"ota ( " m er. t, ,
'A ILLuON.q EBe a Testiaosty to their
Wonuderfusl Curative Efferc..
Vinaegatr Bitters are not a vile Paisey
Driluk, tastso of Poor litni, WIaliskey,
Proof Spirits lann Itertso I iquorn, doc
tored, spiced and sweetened to please the tasto,
called "Tonica," " Appetizers," ltehtorers." &c.,
that lead the tippler on to dratkenmess and ruin,
but are a trno Micldne, inartl from the NaIIT
Roots ad hlerbs of California, rreo fronal nil
Alcollc hmStililmt. They. aty the
MiIse '). 3,001) PIFElltlilt -uiti A
LIFE (I1VIN(4 IlHINCi'II, a petteet
Rtmovator and Invigor:%tor iof tbe 8ytemt, tarry.
Ing off all .poionotut n;atter atil restorlig tihe blood
to a iealthy conIlitIon. No lcorson ean taks) thlei
littters acconrdiin to directions anl reniAtn long
uiwell. isrovidllt their botes are not destroyed
l-y ineral poliot or other niaeane, and tihe vital
organs wasted beyon the lolint of repair. '
The'y fire n (4s,011 ie Piega ttivo an well
as it Tsnle, posnkla'Ing, also, the peculiar iuerit
of acting as a powerful a:-,tit in relieving Conges.
tion or Inflaintination of the Liver, asad of all tito
FOR lEMA I3 (011 lLA INTH, whether
It youtng or old. tiarried or aiaigle, at tihe dawit of
wotiatlnoodt or at tihe torna of life, these Tonis liit
ters have 1nf equal.
For i finatlansaanasatoty nttd Clarnic lRhener
InsatienaS Sttal (4,1nt, iyspt'ins. or IIt+
sli9e41iota, 11111ott., It si I tenttt netl
lust aralttout FeverN, l)Inuas~ens of itao
Ilooll, Liver, lKId t'ym final lintiler,
these 1lii tertN hsave beesto st attecessful. Sticli
Dlinetnne. are causei by Vitiuted 10lo01d,
tbi lt is reter:tily prttltacvd by terangviietit of
the Ilianrstive- Orgunas,
1)YVSPEPU IS IA 4) t I ND1I1(%ESTIO N,
Illccutte, i'.0n1is the Shtntls, ilkonglhs, Tl'ight
te-ssf tin Chiest, iilintets, Sotr Hirtictatiosas of
ite titttell, Htt Taste inl tih M'Nltot, 13ilitots
Atttke, l'alpitatiot of lt lclt t, I nfillnnat itton of
tite L.trsigs, ['sttl in theregions of the Kidneys, and
a hiniired otler ilitftl rympitonts aro.the oft
spcritins oft hDyspepsi a.tI
They itvigornto the Stomtnct nit tintilate the
tiorll Liver itt Howels, wtich render thei of
ttitleit-illetl t-ln mey in elvts-ing this blood of nil iml
pitrities, ncl imait ting tiew lIfe And vigor to the
w hol tystem.
FO It SK IN 1)ISEA JAEM, lsrulpt[onaITotter,
.:lt fishlna, illtht v', 14pots, l'impliles, Pl'ntillea,
tIils, (nrline-lss, Iting-Wornit. 1vatld )lend, Sote
I Itelt. Setrs, Itls--olrattons of tihe
'I.iti, litstan.rtc sti innss, ofr ithe Skist, of what
..ea usnme r ias:ttai-e, ar' literally elti nt aid car
i 41 otit of tihe tstesa itls n Alint ttillegby lO uso-t
'brc ' lilt iers. i h v s, tIv it' i :n I cast's will coal
u lnmesthuet. . tvsIontistf atirceuarntivsjffect.
Citntce thc Vii ited Illost wlsivosseryou find its
iissiailles liari,ting t brosgh ite kiss lit P"Implest,
I-rnplio r itiSoles; cleamse It wisest you fnd It
bs 111tnttsisd altinginh It tite veian; cleatie it
whIs't it is fotlcnit! yotur feelitigs will toll you when.
Keel tlejblod itae, ntitti th benithof the system
will follov:. , , . . .
PIN, TA IT. nnci other WOIEMM, urking
i.t tie H) Sct a v: - tssy tihousands, iare olfoctually
BOL ItY ALL, DlItUGGISTA AN) DEALIRS18.
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al., aid tid 31 Cotcnmere Btzret, New York.
ilE Ordinance rotbidding the dischuarg"
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ap1 20 Intendant.
CI AR n3 A. DANA, Editor.
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5j otpee orders, o eoks ordrafts oni No-a
ervrc n ont. it uonegistet
sieon m_ oney e
L.W. VLLADPbl her
A fresh supply of Garden Seeds just, il
by Express... . . .
MoMASTER & BRICI,
(hda WhIf Wine Vinegai.
pow for for eash it,
may 7 .MoINTtRp & O'8S
tULT6N M.rkqe Cornpd Beef,.8Bmoke
J1Tongues, Best Assortlnent of Craok
era in markets. -Per sale ehespb
Sapi 1 I ETillN & 11OBERTSON.
Oentiiden's Spring Sufis.
A FEW pieces Nrorth Carolips T*eeds.
.135 MeMASTiER & BMKWE
NEW ARRIVALS 1
M R S. SH A1W
lias returno.? froM purohasing tiii
SECOND SUPPLY OF
Mlliilerd and Dress Good%
And is one of the largest and most
Ever offered in this market. All of
w'hioh will be so'd for the Cash,
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.
Fresh and Qonhine' a half the
usual price, at
_apl .6 - F. ELDER.
E have opened a beautiful assortment
of Prints, Jaooqets. Muslins, Lawnu, Be.
rages, Piques, Grenedines and other Dread
Goods. Also a general stock of White
Goods. The attention of ladies Is called to
A full stook ofCpring ClothIna
The newest stylcs of Halt, &0.
We try to kee he best k 0Shoes
that th.is narket, will afforA1. Youcan gen..
eral'y.go anything you want In the Shoe
Line from uti. Every Shoe warranted free
fron wood and iaper.
A call soliited.
LADD), BROS. & CO.
JuS f ILCErVb
('O SINMENT otton Seed Meat,
fresh frotf the Mill at Columbia. Tbid
Meal is highly recom enited as food for
all kinds of stook, especlily for Mile)a
jan 28 K ETOIHIN & ~]ERTBON.
1KEEP constantly on hand flne Sadie
and Hlarness Horse.. Also broke an
unbroke Mulem, as good as ever brought; ts
Carri s~ug egoes., eaa S addi
U1orue ways on hand, to hlre oa the~ pouI
Iberal terms ..det 22
A L9.T of Campagne, anAa 16 #4I whi4d
L. --kes, fust keoeived at. ',. -
noh 18 ,H, W. D~%bRTU.
ANOT HE R free?s enif of pas~aa
10y anales,Oranges o e
Alm n, Blrandy Peehbo, Oysters, &o.
D aetS s.fHatS e& Ls
Rundown.. Ag s' full stock of Oroc~re es
Corn, Bacon, &o. ~ api N6-),
-Just O pe.
U8 APPLES, Sweet Oirsp. t od
' ieFresh fremenia, *P ' ' ' )
ani 2M A . Af .93